Lily Allen is an English pop singer-songwriter and musician hailing from Hammersmith, London. Born in 1985 to actor and musician Keith Allen and film producer Alison Owen, she would follow in her parents’ footsteps and embark on a career in the arts, going on to become one of the country’s most popular singers of recent years.
Posting her early creations to MySpace, she garnered a lot of attention (even playtime on BBC Radio 1) and even earned her first deal with Regal, which she still holds to this day. She released two LPs, notching up a pair of multi-platinum discs and a UK #1 for her 2009 effort ‘It’s Not Me, It’s You’.
An effortlessly cool star, Allen has picked up countless awards for everything from having the best album to being the best dressed or having the best Twitter, and her live shows are something that have earned her accolades too. Every performance she does picks up acclaim from fans and press alike, and she’s become a festival favourite - she’s even been honoured at the UK Festival Awards more than once.
Having taken a break from music, Allen returned in style with her third LP ‘Sheezus’ in 2014, topping the UK charts and once again selling well across the world. Also performing at Glastonbury, V Festival, and Latitude, she toured the UK as well as the US with Miley Cyrus and as a headline act.
After another substantial break, Lily Allen returned in 2018! Following the release of new single Trigger Bang, the singer has confirmed her No Shame UK, Ireland and European Tour to take place in December, after headlining Common People Festival in Southampton, and touring North America - all in support of her new album, 'No Shame', which hit shelves in June.
She's also set to tour Australia and New Zealand in 2019. Catch her live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
Wed 20th Jun 2018
Lily Allen has been writing provocative, socially conscious music throughout a career that now stretches beyond a decade. Her fourth album, ‘No Shame’, arrives four years after the misguided ‘Sheezus’ LP, taking a swerve away from her comfort zone.